2012 11 08 Roma Net

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  • The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF), the Cohesion Fund (CF), the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) & the European Maritime & Fisheries Fund (EMFF):pursue complementary policy objectives andtheir management is shared between the MS & the Commission.They are the main source of investment at EU level to help MS to restore & increase growth & ensure a job rich recovery while ensuring sustainable development, in line with Europe 2020 objectives.
  • This is why the Commission has proposed a Common Provisions Regulation for all five Funds. The proposal provides for much closer coordination of the funds to achieve:concentration of resources on the objectives of Europe 2020 through a common set of thematic objectives to which the funds will contribute;simplification through more coherent planning & implementation arrangements;a reinforced focus on results through a performance framework & reserve;harmonisation of eligibility rules & an extension of simplified cost options to reduce the administrative burden for beneficiaries & managing authorities.Furthermore, the proposal foresees the adoption of PCs which will set out the commitments of the partners at national & regional level. These contracts will be linked to the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy & the National Reform Programmes. They will set out "an integrated approach for territorial development supported by all CSF Funds".In order to facilitate the development of PCs & programmes, the proposal foresees the adoption of a Common Strategic Framework (CSF). The CSF should increase coherence between policy commitments made in the context of Europe 2020 & investment on the ground. It should encourage integration by setting out how the funds can work together. It will provide a source of strategic direction to be translated by MS & regions into the programming of the CSF Funds in the context of their specific needs, opportunities & challenges.
  • This is why the Commission has proposed a Common Provisions Regulation for all five Funds. The proposal provides for much closer coordination of the funds to achieve:concentration of resources on the objectives of Europe 2020 through a common set of thematic objectives to which the funds will contribute;simplification through more coherent planning & implementation arrangements;a reinforced focus on results through a performance framework & reserve;harmonisation of eligibility rules & an extension of simplified cost options to reduce the administrative burden for beneficiaries & managing authorities.Furthermore, the proposal foresees the adoption of PCs which will set out the commitments of the partners at national & regional level. These contracts will be linked to the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy & the National Reform Programmes. They will set out "an integrated approach for territorial development supported by all CSF Funds".In order to facilitate the development of PCs & programmes, the proposal foresees the adoption of a Common Strategic Framework (CSF). The CSF should increase coherence between policy commitments made in the context of Europe 2020 & investment on the ground. It should encourage integration by setting out how the funds can work together. It will provide a source of strategic direction to be translated by MS & regions into the programming of the CSF Funds in the context of their specific needs, opportunities & challenges.
  • 2012 11 08 Roma Net

    1. 1. 1Roma inclusion at local levelin 2014-2020 EU fundsRoma-NeT URBACT II seminarDominique Bé8 November 2012, Brussels
    2. 2. 2What we know … relatively few EU-funded Roma specific measures  even less since “explicit but not exclusive” approach few pro-active local authorities limited improvement in Roma situation  multi-dimensional barriers to Roma inclusion  limited “hard” outcomes
    3. 3. 3… but are other disadvantaged people muchbetter off?50% social inclusion priority as % of ESF 40% at risk of poverty rate as % of population 35%40% 30% 25%30% 20%20% 15% 10%10% 5% 0% 0% CZSW NL AT FI LU DK SI FR DE MT SK BE EE UK CY IT PT ES EL PL HU IE LT LV RO BG
    4. 4. 4Hard reality …50% % ESF implementation 70% at risk of poverty rate as % of population 60%40% 50%30% 40% 30%20% 20%10% 10% 0% 0% CZSW NL AT FI LU DK SI FR DE MT SK BE EE UK CY IT PT ES EL PL HU IE LT LV RO BG
    5. 5. 5What needs to be done …More EU funds for social inclusion40% effective 2007-13 ESF allocation for social inclusion35%30%25%20%15% impact simulation of 20% rule in 2007-1310% 5% 0% DK EE SW PO LT LV SI BG HU CZ ES RO PL IT CY EL LU SK FI MT AT DE UK BE NL IE FR
    6. 6. 6What needs to be doneBetter use EU funding … priority to education & vocational training customize measures to address Roma needs involve Roma NGOs engage local authorities ensure sustainability of projects … and promoters  small grants for small NGOs  after EU funding stops
    7. 7. 7Prepare for 2014-2020 EU fundsjoint efforts in shared management European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) European Social Fund (ESF) Cohesion Fund (CF) European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) European Maritime & Fisheries Fund (EMFF)
    8. 8. 8Prepare for 2014-2020 EU funds EU funding linked to EU policy objectives  ex-ante (policy) conditionalities complementary funding better and simpler management  global grants  in less developed regions/MS  administrative capacity building  capacity building for NGOs  common eligibility rules, simplified cost options
    9. 9. 9Prepare for 2014-2020 EU funds11 thematic objectives RTDI  sustainable transport & key access to, use & quality of ICT network infrastructures competitiveness of SMEs,  employment & labour agriculture, fisheries & mobility aquaculture  social inclusion & fight shift towards low-carbon against poverty economy  education, skills & lifelong climate change adaptation, learning risk prevention & management  institutional capacity & environment protection & efficient public administration resource efficiency
    10. 10. 10Prepare for 2014-2020 EU funds"Roma-related" objectives target ESF ERDF EAFRD EMFFemployment & labour 75% X X X Xmobility empl. ratesocial inclusion & fight -20 million X X Xagainst povertyeducation, skills & <10% drop-outs X X Xlifelong learning >40% tertiary
    11. 11. 11Whats for local authoritiesin 2014-2020 EU funds partnership  via associations (trans)national networking  exchange of information & experience  capacity building  twinnings

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